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Running ShoesRUNNING SHOES
(Charlesbridge Publishing - Editions: Spanish, Catalan, and Korean)

Sophy, a very poor Southeast Asian girl living in the jungle, has a secret wish to attend school, but she needs help to make her wish come true.

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CHALK

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French, Khmer through OPEN BOOK, a non-profit in Cambodia.

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END OF THE ROAD

by Frederick Lipp and Santepheap Lim

Available in Khmer only.

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THE CAGED BIRDS OF PHNOM PENH
(Holiday House, 2001 – Editions: English, French 2005, Khmer 2005, Portuguese 2006)

A young Cambodian girl saves her money to buy a caged bird on which to make a wish for her future.

  • International Reading Association designation one of 25 notable books for Global Society, 2001
  • Parents Choice, Silver Honor, 2001
  • American Library Association – Amelia Bloomer Award for feminist literature, 2002
  • Selected by the French publisher SIPAR to be its annual publication for translation into Khmer and distribution to all children in Cambodia, 2005


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BREAD SONG
(Mondo, 2004)

Hoping to make eight-year-old Chamnan, a new immigrant from Thailand, feel more at home, the owner of a Portland, Maine bakery invites him and his grandfather to hear the bread sing.

Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association Award for Literature and Illustrations, Honor Book Illustrations, 2006


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TEA LEAVES
(Mondo, 2004)

Nine-year-old Shanti, who lives on a tea plantation in the mountains of Sri Lanka, has her wish come true when her uncle takes her to see the Indian Ocean.

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FATIMA (Mondo, New York August 2006)

A ten-year-old Muslim-American girl dons a Hijab to demonstrate to her classmates that action is much more important than appearance.

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THAT CAT IS NOT FOR SALE
( Portland, Maine – 1998)

A story for children and adults about Vermont’s famous cat, Henry, who spends most of his day on the checkout counter at Gillingham’s general store.



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CLAY TRUCK
(Khmer edition, Phnom Penh - SIPAR, 2006)

In Cambodia, Peng makes a truck from clay, bringing him one step closer to his dream of exploring the world.

Selected by French publisher SIPAR for translation into Khmer and distribution to all children in Cambodia.

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